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I have Craftman wrenches made in Taiwan but the beer bottle opener is made in the U.S.A


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Is your beer bottle opener warrantied for life though?


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Yes it is.


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I have Craftman wrenches made in Taiwan but the beer bottle opener is made in the U.S.A

Priorities !!!!

Redneck priorities !!! :lol2::lol2::lol2:

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Both of my bottle openers are made in U.S.A. both Craftmans with lifetime warranty.


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See - it is important to get your beer open when you want it !!!


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I have a cork remover for my jug made in USA. It's called fangers !!

Gawd....I'd forgotten how some of these threads go with GE!!!

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Really that implies that the jug gets corked every now and then.


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From a scientific perspective, you know it has to at some point. How else is it going to ferment?



However, after that point, I get your meaning....


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Really that implies that the jug gets corked every now and then.

Naw ... it's GE that get's corked.

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How can you argue with that? Authentic southern jibberish....don't you just love it? Now I got me hankerin' for a bowl a' grits and some fried okra..




No not really !!!


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Frosty now I'll cook you up a mess of fried okra and make ya some grits along with some liver pudding. Or I can make you a heart thumper bacon sandwich which consist of 2 slices of texas toast, 1 lb of fried bacon in between those pieces of bread. You talking good dang it man!! And the reason I call it a heart thumper is that if you got heart problems this sandwich will tap ya out!! You would probably put ketchup on your grits anyway or on your hashbrowns.


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I can feel my arteries hardening from just reading that.


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I could go for one of those sammiches


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mmm, bacon. bacon.gifbacon.gifbacon.gif


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There is a grill around the corner that makes bacon sammiches with buttered texas toast and a 1lb of bacon for $2.50. Oh man, 1 will do ya but 2 oh my heaven and time for a nap lamo!!


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2 isn't quite heaven .. but you can see it from your table .... mostly because you're half way to crossing over at that point.


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Frosty now I'll cook you up a mess of fried okra and make ya some grits along with some liver pudding. Or I can make you a heart thumper bacon sandwich which consist of 2 slices of texas toast, 1 lb of fried bacon in between those pieces of bread. You talking good dang it man!! And the reason I call it a heart thumper is that if you got heart problems this sandwich will tap ya out!! You would probably put ketchup on your grits anyway or on your hashbrowns.

You've obviously never eaten at Tony's in Birch Run MI. Just order a "side" of bacon and you get over a pound of cooked bacon.

A hot fudge sundae at Tony's takes 4 people to eat it.

BTW - I had grits for breakfast last Sunday at Cracker Barrel. Ketchup on grits ain't the proper southern way, even I know that. Butter and cheese is the best way. The doggone waitress in Charleston SC taught me and my dad that almost 20 years ago.

I love hash browns, not diced potatoes that some folks try to call hash browns.

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Why all this talk of bacon when I'm hungry? :lol:


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How did I not hear about this Tony's?


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2 isn't quite heaven .. but you can see it from your table .... mostly because you're half way to crossing over at that point.

Yeah man ! That's right lmao !!

Frosty diced tators are called home fries lol !! Okay, it's a Tony's run for me then hehe!! Cheeze on grits that's dang just not right !! Now crumbled up bacon, liver pudding, or running eggs in grits oh yeah !! That's good eatin right thar!!

There is a Tonys down this way but, I'm sure it's not the same. But you can get a milk shake that's about a foot tall. Talk about your brain freeze thingie but, it r good.

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The folks are gonna hate me tomorrow at work. Okay, possibly all week they will be hating me!! I'm cookin up a big ole pot of lip smakin chili that'll make a possium grin from ear to ear with a big ole picture of sweet tea that'll make you lips smack for another glass along with some garlic bread that'll make your mouth water for more!!


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I always seem to read this thread when I'm hungry... Chili sounds great!


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